Core Concepts of Yoga Philosophy

 

September 12-October 10, 2020 | Zoom Meetings

Core Concepts of Yoga Philosophy

Dates: Saturdays, Sept. 12th, 19th, 26th, Oct. 10th
Time: 10:00-11:30 am PDT, 11:00 am-12:30 pm CDT, 12:00-130 pm MDT, 1:00-3:30 pm ETD, 8:00-9:30 pm EET
Cost: $60
Place: Zoom Platform (Link will be sent after registration)

This course will cover major topics in yoga philosophy, including the cycle of creation, the dimensional realms of existence, the layers of the human mind, chakras and kundalini, and the process of transmigration of souls. Many esoteric topics will also be included, such as khamurtis, devayonis, deities of maharloka, and control of vrittis. The presentations will be in the form of polished powerpoint shows, with professionally produced graphics and, for one class, a sound track. Much of the script is taken from intuitionally given teachings. The quality and content of these presentations are unsurpassed. Even those who have had prior study of these topics will come away with new depths of understanding.

Liisa Kannisto (Finland) has been an acharya of Ananda Seva for more than 20 years, a former trainer of Yoga Teacher Trainings and Tattvika Trainings, and leader of women’s retreats and ceremonies in Finland. She has translated and compiled the intuitional writings of Maetreyii Nolan into Finnish books — i.e. Feminine Mysticism, Yoga Psychology, Yogic Wisdom, World Changes and Other Messages from the Source of Spiritual Wisdom, as well as several DVD’s and PowerPoint presentations –including some in English — on the topic of spiritual philosophy.

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